Kies Merlot Barossa Valley Monkey Nut Tree 2009

Winemaker's Notes:

"Strong, clear, bright purple-red; a rich array of red and black fruits drives this wine, tannins and oak mere background presence; has good length and balance." Previous vintage achieved rating of 93 points from James Halliday.

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Kies Family Wines:
The Kies family arrived from Silesia in 1857 and has been growing grapes in the utopian hamlet of Lyndoch ever since. In the 1980s the family opened their winery cellar door at the entrance to the Barossa, just north of Lyndoch, and has since been a place where the European traditions of open door welcomes and hearty laughs have reverberated. Now fifth generation hosts Michael and Tina Kies h... Read more
The Kies family arrived from Silesia in 1857 and has been growing grapes in the utopian hamlet of Lyndoch ever since. In the 1980s the family opened their winery cellar door at the entrance to the Barossa, just north of Lyndoch, and has since been a place where the European traditions of open door welcomes and hearty laughs have reverberated. Now fifth generation hosts Michael and Tina Kies have expanded the small ironstone cottage cellar door to include a café, tea centre and function area, providing a one-stop destination for Barossa visitors. Read less

"Strong, clear, bright purple-red; a rich array of red and black fruits drives this wine, tannins and oak mere background presence; has good length and balance." Previous vintage achieved rating of 93 points from James Halliday.

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